Imagine waking up every morning and realizing that you are in one of the most gorgeous and pristine places in the United States: Jackson Hole, Wyoming. In addition to the myriad things to do in the winter like skiing at various five-star resorts, visitors can take advantage of the activities that are available when there isn't snow on the ground.
If you are traveling to Jackson Hole this fall, you shouldn't leave without doing the following things:
1) Taking a trip to the National Elk Refuge
This is the perfect place to see wildlife at its finest. As you ride your bike or take a guided tour through the conservation, you'll be amazed at how many hundreds of elk you're surrounded by.
2) Visiting the National Museum of Wildlife Art
Every year, more than 80,000 people walk through the doors of the museum. The building is more than 51,000-square feet and overlooks the 25,000-acre National Elk Refuge. The museum houses American art from the 1800s and 1900s ranging from explorer art to Impressionism.
3) Fly fishing
Try your luck at one of the best places to catch a number of different types of trout. As you and your guide go out on the Snake River, you'll be surrounded by, among other beautiful things, the mountains of Grand Teton National Park.
Although the landscape in Jackson Hole is gorgeous, it can be very difficult to drive on the mountain roads, many of which are very narrow and twist and turn all the way to your hotel or vacation house. Instead of dealing with this, use a luxury transportation service like Hermes Worldwide. Their experienced chauffeurs will transport you safely and comfortably in one of their luxury SUVs.